Payment Industry Research

Payment Industry Analysis

Stripe’s Dublin-based holdings company saw revenues grow 66% in 2021, up $896.9m to $2.26bn.
While Q3 has been quieter for cross-border payments in terms of M&As and funding rounds, there have still been some noteworthy developments
We look at Coinbase and Blockto find out if crypto-involved companies' value is more determined by the value of crypto than the wider stock market.
The Russia-Ukraine war, as well as the dollar’s growing strength amidst a broader downturn, is reigniting the topic of de-dollarisation.
Western Union's acquisition of Brazilian e-wallet Te Enviei comes amidst a flurry of payments activity in LatAm as players in key markets expand outwards.
The recent Pakistan floods have been devastating for the country. Some money transfer players have adjusted their services in response.
Last week J.P. Morgan announced that it was acquiring Renovite Technologies. But how important are acquisitions to banks looking to innovate in payments?
It has been suggested that cryptocurrencies are a viable alternative to particularly volatile fiat currencies, but how do the volatility levels compare?
Financial services companies, including some in the cross-border space, are working to close the financial gap between men and women worldwide.
Block's move to support payments to ecommerce merchants beyond its Square network suggests Cash App could be looking to compete with mobile rivals
The US Federal Reserve has announced that its FedNow instant payment system is expected to launch in mid-2023
Leading remittance players once again saw slowing growth across their consumer money transfer revenues in Q2 2022.
European banking services provider Banking Circle has made interoperability a key focus, and this will only continue as it gears up to launch in the US.
Despite posting a net revenue increase of 37% YoY payments processor Adyen saw its share price fall by as much as 11% after releasing its H1 22 earnings.
Uruguayan payment processor dLocal is reaping the benefits of expansion, reporting revenue growth of 72%, to $101.2m, in Q2 22.
Paysafe felt the effects of European headwinds in Q2 22, with a 1% decline to $379m, as well as a 13% decrease in adjusted EBITDA.
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